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Which tax form would you file to correct a mistake on last year's federal tax return? A. 1099 B. 1040EZ C. 1040X D. 1040A
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User: Which tax form would you file to correct a mistake on last year's federal tax return? A. 1099 B. 1040EZ C. 1040X D. 1040A





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User: Which of the following is not typically a major source of retirement income? A. inheritance B. employer-sponsored retirement plans C. employment income D. Social Security

Weegy: a
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User: What investment strategy are you practicing if you purchase $100 of stock every month? A. market timing. B. diversification. C. dollar cost averaging. D. asset allocation.

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